Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Catherine's commentary.]
A funny thing happened on the way to the pool the other day. As I sat in a long, paralyzed line of cars, sat and sat and sat, wondering if I did in fact have enough time to drive across town, swim for thirty minutes, and get back to the office before my next appointment, the steering wheel in my car began turning.
Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Paul's commentary.]
I was talking to a group of newly minted doctors about the importance of a spiritual life, of prayer, in all our lives. And, in the back, a young intern fidgeted impatiently in her seat. And you, I asked? How?s your prayer life? It was as if I were speaking from another planet, in a foreign language. I don?t have time for anything besides my work, she blurted back as she looked at her watch.
Wilmington NC – [Click the Listen button to hear Wally's commentary.]
It usually starts with an email that shows up with an urgent and scary message telling you that your account might be closed or that some important personal data has been lost by an organization you do business with. It's called "phishing" with a "ph."
Hi, I'm Wally Bock and in this Postcard from the Digital Age we're going to talk about phishing. Despite the cute name, it's a very nasty thing indeed.